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Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation

There needs to be a fundamentally different approach to security of the entire maritime infrastructure meaning there is great need for specific cyber security research programmes focused on the maritime sector.

Kevin JonesKevin Jones
Executive Dean

80% of international trade is by sea and is increasingly under threat from cyber attacks.
<p>Conceptual design of a cyber security network</p>

Our researchers are innovating ways to improve and develop industries and infrastructure

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<p>Cyber-SHIP Lab bridge simulator<br></p>

Cyber-SHIP Lab
We have the world's first Cyber-SHIP lab, which investigates the most pressing technological threats posed to global shipping

<p>Plymouth, UK: Marina Drone Photos, credit:&nbsp;Drone Motion Stock, courtesy of Shutterstock<br></p><p>Centre for Systems Thinking lead image</p>

Centre for Systems Thinking: Ocean, Land and Society
Solving a wide range of issues through a whole-system transdisciplinary approach

<p>Bridge courtesy of Getty Images</p>

MAterials and STructures (MAST) Research Group
Research that explores structural, mechanical, marine, composites and civil engineering

<p>SDG9 sustainable development. Cargo ship&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>

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